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Yukun Wu
19:50
I actually wasn't aware of those 2 books. Thanks for sharing!
Sandy Cameli
21:05
Sandy Cameli, Honolulu, Hawaii
pamela briskman
21:10
Oakland, CA
Susannah Johnson
21:11
Thank you for this work! Susannah in Honolulu, Hawaii, US
Julie Galles
21:14
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Karen Peters
21:16
Portland Oregon
Allison Webster
21:18
Boston
Karen Eshoo
21:20
Karen Eshoo, Menlo Park, California (Mid-Peninsula High School)
Pauline Rowe
21:21
Los Angeles, CA
Jenn Olayon
21:23
Honolulu
James Bailey
21:23
San Antonio
Rachel Smith
21:26
Seattle, WA, USA
Jill Bergeron
21:35
Pasadena, CA
Shana Grudsky
22:18
Los Angeles, CA
Jill Bergeron
23:30
I love teaching students.
Julie Galles
23:36
For the money and fame., lol
Sandy Cameli
23:45
Loved being surrounded by other learners!
Karen Eshoo
23:46
To change the world for the better (seriously!)
Susannah Johnson
23:57
I want to live in world of better critical thinkers, so I got into it to help that. I stay to love on other educators
Julie Galles
24:09
Influencing the lives of children for good
Pauline Rowe
24:24
To help imbue a love of learning in students. Other teachers did that for me.
katie blaesing
24:25
Highest form of activism :)
Sandy Cameli
24:27
@Susannah - *snaps*
Jennifer Abrams
24:33
+Katie
Yukun Wu
24:35
I am actually not an educator. I am a 3D Printer Engineer. But, I would like to catch as many webinars hosted by Julie as possible.
Susannah Johnson
24:41
@Sandy <3
Yukun Wu
26:52
In the meantime, I think I can notify those of my friends that are educators about what we have gone over in this webinar.
Yukun Wu
27:47
They wouldn't be able attend today though; they got tied up onto other things right now.
Sandy Cameli
30:15
Love term “Cognitive Crush” :)
James Bailey
30:38
Keegan’s work is fundamental to understand adult development.
Jennifer Abrams
36:41
+James - he is the best!
James Bailey
39:46
Thanks Randy
Jennifer Abrams
39:55
Ada!! Gigi’s aunt!! I follow him on Facebook and find the photos of Gigi always make me smile! And so glad to ‘see you’ here!!!
Jennifer Abrams
41:06
+ “Joyous and Righteous” at the same time - love it!
Julie Lythcott-Haims
41:19
Welcome, everyone. Please feel free to put your questions in the Q&A
Jennifer Abrams
41:56
Yes, there is much burnout so so much earlier this year.
Jennifer Abrams
42:37
Emotionally draining labor - yes!
Jennifer Abrams
44:20
I imagined, sadly, that the principal attrition rate would be higher....
Erin Corbyn
44:40
Joining from Australia this morning at I can confirm that this is a world wide problem. Our two largest states are still working with remote learning and it's taking it's toll.
Jennifer Abrams
44:57
SO good to see you here, Erin!
Erin Corbyn
45:17
Thanks Jennifer - good to be here :)
Jennifer Abrams
46:40
Self-care isn’t an indulgence - it can be a significant inflection point - well said, Randy.
James Bailey
47:56
In Keegan’s ideas, leaders are socialized to think this way and haven’t developed past this belief.
Jennifer Abrams
48:22
Randy - your Perspective-Taking is my book’s “Suspend Certainty” - nice!
Julie Lythcott-Haims
49:48
pls put your questions in the Q&A folks!
Jennifer Abrams
53:01
Beautiful image!
Yukun Wu
53:30
Thanks, Randy!
Sandy Cameli
54:37
@Julie - I had the same heart-break feeling watching that news clip :(
Susannah Johnson
54:48
Thank you! This is on all of our minds & hearts, Julie!
katie blaesing
54:51
Knowing that holistic well-being is communal, can you speak to community-based SEL practice and integration in addition to individual and single-class delivery? Also thinking about the broader culture of an institution and how we as individuals can contribute to its health…. Thank you!!!
James Bailey
01:00:29
Systems can’t change until behavior changes so its both and
Yukun Wu
01:03:04
@Julie: In this scenario, I don't think there is much that I will do, except asking the parent: "Excuse me. What are you laughing at?"
Erin Corbyn
01:03:30
Appreciate your answers - definitely a tricky question but I like your provocation that maybe it's easier for leaders to look at the system than themselves.
Jennifer Abrams
01:04:53
+ Erin - I do think if we look at ourselves and discover our edges and feeling stretched is quite different than being ‘frustrated’ at systems which could be easier.
Karen Eshoo
01:09:54
@Jill 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
Julie Galles
01:12:34
@ Jill - thank you for naming one of the paradoxes of leadership. We’re supposed to be vulnerable and also absorb everyone else’s “big” (read “unregulated” feelings.
Julie Lythcott-Haims
01:13:26
Here is the link to Jennifer’s book: http://www.miravia.com/products/stretching-your-learning-edges-growing-up-at-work/
Julie Lythcott-Haims
01:14:02
Here is the link to Randy (and his co-author James’ book) https://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/the-daily-sel-leader/book275491
Jennifer Abrams
01:15:26
Preparing yourself for sadly predictable moments that will come your way - so things become less of a shock to the system -
James Bailey
01:16:25
This is the support leaders aren’t getting from their leaders. How can CO leaders better support principals to help them recover and develop resiliency.
Yukun Wu
01:22:59
@Jennifer: In my career as a 3D Printer Engineer, I think I can also consider the effectiveness of accountability partner.
Jennifer Abrams
01:23:14
+Yukun
pamela briskman
01:24:14
Yes…these practices and principles seem to apply outside of school leadership situations as well. There are universal lessons here.
James Bailey
01:26:23
It all starts with self-awareness and self-management practices e.g. being aware of our triggers and own behavior and mindsets.
Jennifer Abrams
01:28:49
I know of a school that is considering doing the Stretching Your Learning Edges work with parent communities too so that educators and parents can work together at their highest level when they work together in service of the students.
Julie Lythcott-Haims
01:28:59
Glad you were here everyone - want to be sure you have the link to Jennifer and Randy’s books: http://www.miravia.com/products/stretching-your-learning-edges-growing-up-at-work/ and
Julie Lythcott-Haims
01:29:01
https://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/the-daily-sel-leader/book275491
Erin Corbyn
01:33:14
Love the idea of bringing it back to the students. It's our duty to our students to model with each other what we want from them.
Jennifer Abrams
01:33:45
Harriet Lerner is the BEST.
Yukun Wu
01:33:57
@Jennifer: The things is, there are many of my teachers that I, too, am modelling on in terms of how to be a person.
Jennifer Abrams
01:34:12
+Yukun
Jennifer Abrams
01:36:57
Your energy matters.
Julie Lythcott-Haims
01:46:55
Thanks for being with us tonight everyone. We’ll send out the link to the recording in case you want to share. Meantime, I encourage you to check out Randy’s book https://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/the-daily-sel-leader/book275491 and Jennifer’s http://www.miravia.com/products/stretching-your-learning-edges-growing-up-at-work/
Erin Corbyn
01:47:14
I have to jump to another meeting but thank you so much for your time, your answers and your thought provoking conversation. It's been great.
Jennifer Abrams
01:47:21
Thanks, Erin!
Randy Weiner
01:47:30
Thank you, Erin!!! So grateful!
Sandy Cameli
01:47:36
Mahalo! Such a powerful discussion - my neurons are firing!!!
Jennifer Abrams
01:47:46
Mahalo, Sandy!
Jennifer Abrams
01:48:33
We need to restore this imbalance -
Yukun Wu
01:48:44
Thanks very much to you, Julie, Jennifer, and Randy!
Randy Weiner
01:48:44
Thank you, all!
James Bailey
01:48:46
Great conversation tonight. Thanks everybody.
Julie Lythcott-Haims
01:49:00
Thanks for being with us tonight everyone. We’ll send out the link to the recording in case you want to share. Meantime, I encourage you to check out Randy’s book https://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/the-daily-sel-leader/book275491 and Jennifer’s http://www.miravia.com/products/stretching-your-learning-edges-growing-up-at-work/
Karen Eshoo
01:49:16
Thank you thank you thank you!